Setting deadline to deal with Alex issues wouldn't be clever - Cogta
The inter-ministerial committee tasked with addressing service delivery problems in Alexandra said it would be a mistake to set a timeline on when it plans to address all the township’s issues.
Govt clarifies short-term action plan to address Alex grievances
Pressing issues that have plagued Alexandra for years are finally getting high-level attention.
Energy expert Ted Blom: Time running out for Eskom
Energy expert Ted Blom says that no bailouts will assist Eskom if the operational structure of the company doesn't change.
Eskom 'unaware' of Maria Ramos heading planned unbundling
In an attempt to stabilise Eskom, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced in 2018 that the power utility would be split into three parts.
Transnet officials face allegations of pocketing billions of rands: report
According to the 'City Press', forensic reports show senior executives and junior level staff are allegedly behind widespread corruption at the parastatal.
Public Enterprises Dept: Eskom not on the verge of financial ruin
This despite the power utility having to turn to government to secure a R17.6 billion lifeline after the China Development Bank loan failed to come through.
SA's healthcare system needs complete overhaul, says Maimane
The DA leader was speaking during his visit to the home of HIV activist Lucky Mazibuko in Soweto on Saturday.
DA’s Alf Lees says Eskom is on the brink of collapse
The DA MP says Eskom’s money problems are worsening each day and the government's turnaround strategy for the power utility is not working.
Fight to get HIV+ people on ARVs not over, says activist Mazibuko
Sixteen years ago, Lucky Mazibuko refused to take the life-saving ARV drugs as a form of protest until they were available to all who needed them.
Maile: ANC Gauteng would rather be in opposition, than form coalition govt
ANC provincial head of elections Lebogang Maile said on Friday it was against the party’s principles to form a coalition government.
ANC in Gauteng denies claims of looting Alex Renewal Project money
Gauteng ANC Head of Elections Lebogang Maile says Herman Mashaba is shifting the blame to the ANC because he has no idea how to govern the City of Johannesburg.
Gauteng ANC to open pavilion at Rand Show, give update on poll campaign
The party said its pavilion at the Rand Show would be open to visitors to the annual show which celebrates its 125th anniversary this year.
Sibanye: Amcu members to return to work after Easter break
Amcu reached an agreement with Sibanye-Stillwater after signing a three-year wage deal which sees salaries increase by R650 for the first year, R700 for the second and R825 for the third year.
Comair confident planned Numsa strike won't affect operations
Numsa served Comair with a notice of its intention to strike after failing to reach an agreement over a salary dispute.
Comair to seek interdict against Numsa strike, vows flights won't be grounded
The dispute between the union and airline involves 21 workers whose salaries vary from their colleagues.
Lebashe Investment’s Mahloele to take Holomisa to court over PIC claims
UDM leader Bantu Holomisa has accused Lebashe and Harith General Partners of unduly benefiting from the Public Investment Corporation (PIC).
Lebashe, Harith deny allegations of receiving PIC money unlawfully
Tshepo Mahloele on Tuesday responded to claims made by UDM leader Bantu Holomisa who testified at the PIC inquiry.
Mashaba: Ramaphosa, Makhura using Alex unrest for own political agenda
Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba said he's disappointed that the planned meeting was hijacked by ANC supporters who refused to let him address the community of Alexandra regarding important service delivery issues.